Occupying a quiet and tranquil position overlooking open farmland with Dartmoor in the distance, this is a rare opportunity to acquire a substantial semi-detached house having been the subject of considerable expenditure together with a 2-storey extension to provide a large family home with spacious living accommodation complemented by 5 First Floor Bedrooms. Standing on an established corner plot with off-road parking for up to 7 vehicles, the property has easy access to the neighbouring villages of Buckland Brewer and Parkham together with the market towns of Great Torrington and Bideford. Considered to appeal to those discerning purchasers requiring a rural retreat but within easy access of everyday amenities. Properties in this location are rare to find and we would strongly advise an early viewing to avoid disappointment.
Reception Hall UPVC double glazed entrance door and window commanding superb countryside views. Staircase rising to First Floor with useful understairs storage cupboard. Radiator, dado rails, laminated oak flooring.
Lounge 17'10" x 11'4" (5.44m x 3.45m). A superb double aspect room with sliding patio doors leading onto the gardens and enjoying far-reaching countryside views. Feature natural stone open fireplace with slate hearth and timber mantle. 2 radiators, TV point, beamed ceiling.
Dining Room 10'6" x 9'7" (3.2m x 2.92m). Again, enjoying garden and countryside views. Solid fuel Rayburn on a slate hearth. Radiator, dado rails, TV point, laminated oak flooring.
Kitchen / Breakfast Room 19'8" into bay x 11'10" (6m into bay x 3.6m). An impressive double aspect room with feature bay window and sliding patio doors onto the gardens. Equipped with a comprehensive range of solid pine units comprising 1.5 bowl enamel sink unit, granite effect worktop surfaces with storage cupboards, drawers and appliance space below, matching wall storage cabinets over, tiled splashbacking. Built-in 4-ring electric hob, built-in eye level electric double oven, ample appliance space. Dado rails. Tiled flooring to Kitchen and laminated oak flooring to dining area.
Utility Room 9'10" x 7' (3m x 2.13m). Single drainer sink unit inset into granite effect worktop surface with storage cupboard and appliance space below. Plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Built-in storage cupboard. Radiator, tiled flooring. Double glazed door and window.
Shower Room White suite comprising corner shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and close couple WC. Fully tiled walls, electric shaver point and light, heated towel rail, extractor fan, tiled flooring.
First Floor Landing Access to insulated loft space. Built-in airing cupboard with factory lagged hot water cylinder and electric immersion heater. Dado rails. Views of adjoining farmland.
Bedroom 1 14'6" x 10' (4.42m x 3.05m). Double glazed window enjoying far-reaching countryside views across to Dartmoor. Built-in louvre-fronted double storage cupboard. Radiator.
Bedroom 2 13' x 10'8" (3.96m x 3.25m). Double glazed window with far-reaching views. Radiator. Built-in louvre-fronted double storage cupboard.
Bedroom 3 11'8" x 7' (3.56m x 2.13m). Double glazed window with views of open fields. Radiator.
Bedroom 4 12' x 9'3" (3.66m x 2.82m). A dual aspect room with delightful views. Radiator.
Bedroom 5 11'10" x 9'3" (3.6m x 2.82m). A double aspect room, again, with a pleasant outlook. Radiator.
Family Bathroom 9' (2.74m) x 5'2" (1.57m) maximum. White suite comprising corner bath with shower taps, pedestal wash hand basin and close couple WC. Fully tiled walls, heated towel rail, radiator, tiled flooring.
Outside The property stands on an attractive and established corner plot with formal lawned gardens, an extensive paved patio and Devon banking.
There is a side garden with stone chippings and a Greenhouse.
A gated driveway provides parking for 1 vehicles.
Rear block-paved courtyard style garden with useful timber Shed. Wall mounted external oil fired central heating and domestic hot water boiler.
Beyond the Devon bank is further off-road parking for up to 6 vehicles.
Services Shared sceptic tank drainage.
From Bideford Quay proceed towards Torrington on the A386. Upon reaching Landcross, turn right signposted Buckland Brewer / Parkham. Continue on this road bypassing the villages of Buckland Brewer and Parkham and, after approximately 0.5 miles and upon reaching Babeleigh Cross, turn left. Follow this road for a short distance and upon reaching Twitchen Cross, turn right signposted Twitchen. At the next junction, turn right and follow the road as it bears left to where number 1 Twitchen Hill will be found a short distance on your left hand side clearly displaying a numberplate.